White House Fact Sheets Discuss U.S. Efforts, Progress On Global Health Security Agenda, Food Security, Power Africa

White House: FACT SHEET: The Global Health Security Agenda
This fact sheet on U.S. efforts to improve global health security states, “…The U.S. Government is now announcing its intent to invest more than $1 billion in resources to expand the Global Health Security Agenda to prevent, detect, and respond to future infectious disease outbreaks in 17 countries, and will continue to work in others around the world to extend this effort. More than half of this significant investment will be focused on Africa…” (7/28).

White House: FACT SHEET: Partnering with Africa on Food Security and Climate Change Adaptation
In this fact sheet, the White House discusses how the U.S. government is building partnerships with African governments to adapt to climate change impacts, highlighting the Feed the Future initiative and the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition (7/28).

White House: FACT SHEET: Power Africa
In this fact sheet, the White House describes U.S. progress on the Power Africa initiative, “an innovative partnership to double access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa where more than 600 million people currently lack access” (7/25).

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